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LGBTQ Financial Planning: Looks Simple from Afar

As a LGBTQ financial advisor, my clients tell me they hear this baffling question often,

“You’re gay, you must be loaded right?!”

There is a misconception that marriage and kids are traditionally that of a heterosexual relationship, and that as LGBTQ individuals we must have more money because we don’t spend it on kids and that we can keep our money independent of our partner’s so there is no need for this “family money” nonsense.

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Virtual vs. In Person Mediation

Virtual vs. In Person Mediation

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way divorce proceedings have taken place in New Jersey Family Courts, which has added a new realm of virtual possibility to the divorce process. This virtual possibility has included the newer use of virtual platforms, such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams to conduct virtual economic mediation.

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